►The first race held in Phoenix was on March 16, 1991, and Jean-Michael Bayle won on a Honda
►From 1991-1998, Phoenix did not host a race
►This will be the 17th time the gate will drop for a Monster Energy Supercross race in Phoenix
►Ezra Lusk won his last supercross race in Phoenix on a Kawasaki in 2003
►James Stewart and Ryan Dungey are the only riders to win Phoenix in both 450SX and 250SX Classes
►Dungey earned his first-ever win in Phoenix in 2010 and gave KTM their first-ever 450SX Class win in Phoenix during the 2012 season
450SX Class: Wins by Brand in Phoenix
Brand

Win(s)

Last Win

Kawasaki

4

2007

Yamaha

4

2011

Honda

4

2013

Suzuki

3

2010

KTM

1

2012

450SX Class: Anaheim 1 Recap
►Red Bull KTM’s Ken Roczen earned the first 450SX Class win of his career and became the 57th rider to win a 450SX Class Main Event
►Roczen became the second rider in history to win a 450SX Class main Event on a KTM. With Roczen finishing first and Dungey finishing second KTM placed two riders on the podium for the first-time ever in a 450SX Class race
►KTM swept third Main Event with Roczen and Jason Anderson’s victories
►Red Bull KTM’s Dungey earned his 48th career podium in 67 career starts. He has now been on the podium at least once for six seasons
►Chad Reed finished third, earning his 122nd podium in 165 career starts; he has been on the podium for 12 consecutive seasons
►In 13 consecutive opening race starts, Reed has been on the podium eight times
►Monster Energy Kawasaki’s Ryan Villopoto earned his 65th career top-five finish in his 76th career start with a fourth place
►Last season Villopoto finished 16th in the opening race and went on to win the championship
►Justin Barcia earned his 13th career top five with a fifth-place finish
►James Stewart has finished inside of the top five in the opening race of the season six times during his 10 years of racing
450SX Class: Seasons with a Podium

Seasons

Rider
Mike LaRocco

17

Kevin Windham

14

Chad Reed

12

James Stewart

12

Jeremy McGrath

10

 

250SX Class: Wins by Brand in Phoenix

Wins

Last Win

Brand
Kawasaki

8

2010

Honda

3

2013

Yamaha

2

2001

Suzuki

2

2009

KTM

1

2006

 

250SX Class: Anaheim 1 Recap

►Jason Anderson earned the second 250SX win of his career, and he has done it on two different brands, Suzuki and KTM
►Anderson and Nathan Ramsey are the only riders to give KTM opening-race wins
►TLD Honda’s Cole Seely earned his 11th career 250SX Class podium with a second place finish
►Seely has finished on the podium in three-straight season openers, including a win in 2012
 

450SX Class Laps Led

Laps Led

Ken Roczen

12

Ryan Villopoto

8

250SX Class Laps Led

Laps Led

Cole Seely

11

Jason Anderson

4

450SX Class Nuclear Cowboyz® Holeshot Award
Race Rider
Anaheim Race 1 Ryan Villopoto
250SX Class Nuclear Cowboyz Holeshot Award
Race Rider
Anaheim Race 1 Jason Anderson
450SX Class Fastest Qualifying Time
Race Rider
Anaheim Race 1 Justin Barcia
250SX Class Fastest Qualifying Time
Race Rider
Anaheim Race 1 Dean Wilson
MMI Top Tech Award
Race Top Tech
Anaheim Race 1 Kelly Lumgair
450SX Class Results: Anaheim Race 1
Rider Hometown Bike

Place

Ken Roczen Murrieta, Calif KTM

1

Ryan Dungey Belle Plaine, Minn. KTM

2

Chad Reed Dade City, Fla. Kawasaki

3

Ryan Villopoto Poulsbo, Wash. Kawasaki

4

Justin Barcia Pinetta, Fla. Honda

5

Justin Brayton Cornelius, N.C. Yamaha

6

Josh Grant Corona, Calif. Yamaha

7

Broc Tickle Holly, Mich. Suzuki

8

Andrew Short Smithville, Texas KTM

9

Jake Weimer Rupert, Idaho Kawasaki

10

450SX Class Season Standings
Rider Hometown Bike

Place

Points

Ken Roczen Murrieta, Calif KTM

1

25

Ryan Dungey Belle Plaine, Minn. KTM

2

22

Chad Reed Dade City, Fla. Kawasaki

3

20

Ryan Villopoto Poulsbo, Wash. Kawasaki

4

18

Justin Barcia Pinetta, Fla. Honda

5

16

Justin Brayton Cornelius, N.C. Yamaha

6

15

Josh Grant Corona, Calif. Yamaha

7

14

Broc Tickle Holly, Mich. Suzuki

8

13

Andrew Short Smithville, Texas KTM

9

12

Jake Weimer Rupert, Idaho Kawasaki

10

11